|Featured Projects:||Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies
and the Delphi Automotive Systems Headquarters
|Project Locations:||Orlando, Florida and Troy, Michigan|
|Finish:||Mica, Metallic, and Solid Color|
|Coating:||LUMIFLON FEVE resin|
LUMIFLON has been a leader in the architectural market of the coatings industry for over 25 years due to the resins’ ability to be used on a variety of architectural substrates including steel, aluminum, fiberglass, zinc, copper, construction plastics, recycled plastics, glass, and concrete. When applied to metal composite panels, FEVE resins are the primary choice for architects seeking a wide range of bright colors with higher gloss capabilities. Due to their excellent weatherability properties, it becomes the perfect coating for exterior building envelopes and facades.
Exterior architectural materials are subject to degradation from harsh environmental elements such as UV rays, wind and rain. The materials a project is built with must have the ability to withstand such conditions to reduce deterioration and increase longevity. In order to keep industrial maintenance costs low, the use of protective coatings on architectural materials has been a priority in both the architecture and construction industries for decades.
In addition to weatherability and cost concerns, as environmental air pollution standards become more heavily regulated, FEVE resins are often the primary choice amongst architects due to their low-VOC and hazardous air pollution (HAPS) free properties.
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